Cornus Sanguinea is indicated for mainly transitory syndromes of numerous sub-acute inflammatory and necrotic ailments. Due to its anti-necrotic action, it is a remedy for the very first stages of infarct. Its action is swift, but temporary so it can be followed up with Alnus Glutinosa, which treats a similar, but more chronic syndrome. This remedy can also be prescribed clinically for hyperthyroidism. Although it is very active in the first stages of an infarct, it is important only as a complementary remedy in infectious syndromes and is a serious adjuvant for a limited time (six weeks) in cases of thrombosis. This remedy is indicated for conditions such as hyperthyroidism, early stages of infarcts, high results in the heparin resistance test, coagulation disorders, collapse of vascular system, goitre euthyroidism and hemorrhaging due to anti-coagulants.